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Last week we looked at the “Big Three” online dating sites: Match.com, e Harmony and Plenty of Fish.
Today we’ll go down a level to sites that aren’t as well-known but offer more places to cast your line.
And the reverse is true: every time you click on a gorgeous face that turns out to have the profile of a career criminal, she’ll get a message that you’re “interested.” There’s very little online help, but with not much to do you probably don’t need it.
And be careful to treat the women you meet here right, or they’ll put your handle up on the “scams” message board.
Match started up to win some of the personality-match market from e Harmony. Billed as the “safe” dating site, they certainly offer a number of matching options.
The first time you go to the site you’ll see an option to search for women in your area.
Try it and you’re presented with search results—which you can’t access because they’ve overlaid a sign-up screen.
You can improve matches by answering more “matching questions,” about everything from politics to TV shows to your fingernail-grooming habits.
Ok Cupid also tracks (anonymously) the habits of its users and also does independent testing, and can tell you that those shirtless photos work. Okay, nothing in life is really free – Ok Cupid makes its money selling something called the “A-List Subscription.” This gives you more search features (sort profiles by personality traits or popularity), messaging features (attachments) and visibility (“A-List” profiles appear in a special section on search pages—this would seem to defeat the point of matching, but whatever).